ESPN Hot Button: Who should get more credit for 3-0, Trestman or Cutler?

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  1. JustAnotherBearsFan99

    JustAnotherBearsFan99 SuperFan

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    I voted for Phil Emery, but apparently ESPN thinks it's between Trestman and Cutler.

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    It's a join effort. Without George McCasky no Emery, no Emery no Trestman, no Trestman no Good Jay.
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    It could go further still! Virginia pushing Mike out for George
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    Team sport. And that includes the coaches. If Payton Manning or Tom Brady were on the Bears at any time since 2000, would they have had the opportunity to play to their potential? Bad schemes, bad playcalling, no adjustments, bad o-lines, bad WRs., bad TEs....

    Jay has talent. No one has ever doubted that. But talent needs coaching. And talent can't overcome a bad gameplan. Historically, the Bears were notoriously bad on coaching up the offensive players.

    Emery gets a lot of credit for increasing the quality of players in a short time with limited resources. But long story short, I give most of the credit to T-Man, but everybody has a role in it, Virginia, George, Emery, T-Man, Kromer, JayC, .....
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  5. JustAnotherBearsFan99

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    I never thought of it that way. But perhaps that truly IS the best thing that happened to the Chicago Bears in recent years. Seriously (Benj, I wasn't sure you were joking or serious).
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    Emery.
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  7. Nakoma1

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    Kiddie shit popsicle crap FRIGGIN MEDIA Azz clowns

    ENOUGH OF the media's divide and conquer crap

    Actually if you think about it ,...JA deserves a little credit here

    LMFnAOROFnFLR that it took Mikey to get booted for the second time mind you

    WHICH ALLOWED Georgy to STEP UP ! !

    OH YEAH HE DID
    Like the 80s teams were built and designed ( until Mikey got his azz invloved )

    ,...there were the many in supporting roles that weren't so much in the spotlight .

    They were recognized Yes

    There was more than one player involved as well also

    There's more than one guy here TOO,.... TOO MANY in fact

    ANd I invite this,...
    INVITE some more into THIS CIRCLE that can contribute in such way PLEASE DO ! ! !

    BRING IT ! ! ! !


    Give the media heads 1,000 guys to list in their polls ,......they'll still dagger the many to death with their pens
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    Well JA DID get us Cutler
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  9. Nakoma1

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    Too bad he didn't know how to draft HEALTHY O line men too ;)
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    I like this way of thinking YUP


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    Pretty much the same team last year minus Emery's first chance to bring in the guys he wanted to draft w/no faulty information about the current team, and his own coach.

    Emery is the reason for the team, Trestman is the reason for the improved qb play, Cutler buying in is the reason for him listening to Trestman.

    Winner Emery.
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    Emery...

    Assessing the players he inherited & putting in place the coaches & the players to maximize what each one brings to the table. In just a short burst of time at that. Nothing short of genius at this stage.
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  13. Loki

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    Who should get credit for the Bears being 3-0?

    The Bengals, Vikings and Steelers.
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    All-Eleven here agrees; team sport. However, I can't imagine Manning (to some lesser extent Brady) being bottled in with coaching. Peyton not adjusting the plays and calling out linebackers pre-snap would be a travesty. What would be the point of having him suit up? No coaches, not even bad ones would go Schiano on him. Coaching could have slowed or speed up the process but I think you would see the same P. Manning we see now on Sundays. I believe he puts too much of his own work into it.

    I think Brady has a lot of Belichick in him. But again, backups don't just get that much better without doing most of it on their own.
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    I'll give you the Bengals, and Vikings. They opened the door, and we took it.

    With the Steelers we gave them a path, and I was glad to see us shut the gate before they got there.

    Not complaining mind you, most pro football games are won or lost as such. Rare to walk away with the keys...
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  16. DaTreeBears

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    It takes a whole team to tango.
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    I hope Emery has the right process for selecting good draft picks. That is a key part of building up a dynasty. I agree that this year he did pretty good after seeing rookies on the field. I am looking forward to the draft season next year.
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    Tice pixie dust
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